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|'''Married:''' Etta (Mulligan) ? - The 1900 US Census shows a brother-in-law John Mulligan in the household.||'''Married:''' ["Anna Etta Mulligan"]|
Died: July, 17, 1947
Married: Anna Etta Mulligan
Chiefly known for:
Essex County Republican, August 1, 1947
Millard Otis, Aged 89 Saranac Lake Pioneer Began Career As Cook
Millard Otis, veteran of the mountains and lifelong resident of the Lake Clear section, died at the Saranac Lake General hospital on July 17, 1947, at the age of 89 years. He had been ill only a short time.
Mr. Otis was one of the pioneer settlers who aided in developing the Lake Clear section, his family having owned almost all of the territory where the lake is located and extending from the Harrietstown road to a point where the Saranac Inn property is now located.
Mr. Otis' grandfather came the Adirondack wilderness early in the 1800's, settling here and acquiring much land. His father, Horatio Otis, and his mother, Eunice White Otis, were born in Vermont.
Mr. Otis began his business career as a cook at Saranac Inn, at the time it was opened. His wife, Etta, who died was employed as head waitress at the hotel.